NEW YORK -- The rule that negated using video replay to review a Houston Texans
touchdown against the Detroit Lions
"may be too harsh" and will be re-examined immediately, NFL director of football operations Ray Anderson said Friday.
Anderson, also co-chairman of the competition committee that suggests rules changes to the owners, said a change could come this year. The NFL traditionally resists changing rules during a season.
"We will certainly discuss the rule with the competition committee members, as we do all situations involving unique and unusual circumstances, and determine if we feel a change should be recommended to ownership," Anderson said in a statement.
"Not being able to review a play in this situation may be too harsh, and an unintended consequence of trying to prevent coaches from throwing their challenge flag for strategic purposes in situations that are not subject to a coaches' challenge."
NO!! I SAY FIRE THE REFS. Look Baseball is being very strict with their umpiring. Ever wonder why this guy doesnt have a job anymore?
Because of this
He was fired by this man